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I have an Access *.accdb database maintained by this MS Access instance.
And I have a 32-bit application (Crystal Reports 2008) which should access this db.
Therefore I tried to setup an ODBC DSN with the 32-bit Access driver using the 32-bit variant of the ODBC Administrator. This didn't work as apparently the relevant driver file odbcji32.dll is missing (discussed in http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2016-access/unable-to-load-odbcji32dll/de67abd0-f4d8-40af-8e5f-1922b8393d7e) - and I installed an Access 2013 64-bit runtime.
Now I have the odbcji32.dll (version 10.00.10586.00) on my system and created a system DSN for this database - the ODBC Admin is happy with that.
But when I try to access the db by Crystal Reports I get an error 'Unrecognized database format ...' and the filename. Then I tried to use this system DSN with other 32-bit applications: the same error.
The very unfortunate status is now that I have to use 32-bit applications which should access *.accdb Access databases and can't get it working for unknown reasons.Hi All,
This should be an easy one, but I'm running out of time and need this asap. I need to download the Microsoft Access ODBC Driver so that I can set up a User DSN that my Java programs can connect too. I was shocked when I went into Control Panel >>> Administrative Tools >>> Data Sources (ODBC), and when I went to add a new DSN there were no drivers! I have Access 2003 installed and working properly, and even on the list of already set up DSN's it shows:
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dBASE Files...................Microsoft Access dBASE Driver (*.dbf, *.ndx, *.mdx)
Excel Files......................Microsoft Excel Driver (*.xls, *.xlsx, *.xlsm, *.xlsb)
MS Access Database....Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb, *.accdb)
Microsoft Access Database Odbc Driver DownloadHowever, if I try clicking on any of those to configure them I get a popup window error saying, 'The setup routines for the Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb, *.accdb) ODBC Driver could not be found. Please reinstall the driver.' I click ok, and then another popup error window says 'Component not found in registry.' Is this common for the drivers not to be there, when you have Access installed?
Anyway, where can I find and download the latest MS Access ODBC Driver for MS Access 2003?